System Of A Down: The Inside Story Of Toxicity

On September 3 2001, System Of A Down were due to play a free show in a vacant lot in Los Angeles. The band would release their second album Toxicity the next day and wanted to thank the fans in their native city. As more and more people tried to cram into the venue however, tensions began to grow, causing riot squads and mounted police to set up camp at key points. As Kerrang! reported at th...

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